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El desprecio (2006 TV series)

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El Desprecio
El Desprecio 2006.jpg
Poster for El desprecio
Created byJulio César Mármol
Written byAna Carolina López
Directed byYuri Delgado
StarringFlavia Gleske
Ricardo Álamo
Fedra López
Theme music composerRómulo Gallegos
Opening themeDemonios by Jeremías
Ending themeDemonios by Jeremías
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes121
Executive producersJosé Simón Escalona
Leonor Sardi
Production locationCaracas
CinematographyJosé Luis Avendaño
Ignacio González
EditorAlexis Montero
Running time40 minutes
Original networkRCTV
Original releaseApril 26 (2006-04-26) –
November 21, 2006 (2006-11-21)
Preceded byAmor a Palos
Followed byTe tengo en salsa

El desprecio is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by RCTV in 2006.[1] The telenovela is an adaptation of the 1991 telenovela El Desprecio written by Julio César Mármol and adapted by Ana Carolina López.

Flavia Gleske and Ricardo Álamo star as the main protagonists with Fedra López as the main antagonist. The telenovela aired on RCTV from April 26, 2006 to November 21, 2006.


Clara Inés (Flavia Gleske) is a young girl who was raised by nuns in a convent in the countryside. One day, a priest tells her that she is part of the wealthy Santamarina family and decides to go to the capital city Caracas to discover more about her origins. Along the way, she meets Raul Velandró (Ricardo Álamo), a member of the family who discovers that she is part of his family and decides to help her. But Clara Inés is not aware of the danger that awaits her on reconnecting with her family. She will be thrown into a world filled with ambition, power and money. Her aunt Pastora Lara Portillo (Fedra López) will become her worst enemy. Twenty years ago, she unsuccessfully orchestrated the death of Clara Inés and now wants to take absolute control of the Santamarina fortune currently held by her husband Israel Huatulco (Eduardo Serrano) for her son Edilio (Nacho Huett).

Clara Inés will become target of many attacks. However, she will later on gain self-confidence and return to fulfill her mission of revenge. In her soul, the seed of contempt which were sown will blossom as its greatest strength of vengeance to repay all the damage they caused.[2]


  • Flavia Gleske as Clara Inés Santamaría
  • Ricardo Álamo as Raúl Velandró Lara-Portillo
  • Eduardo Serrano as Israel Santamaría
  • Fedra López as Pastora Lara-Portillo de Santamaría / Ilis Lara-Portillo
  • Nacho Huett as Edilio Velandró Lara-Portillo
  • Paula Bevilacqua as Ludmila Álvarez de Velandró
  • Deyalit López as Lucely Linares Santamaría
  • Zhandra De Abreu as Elisa Salas
  • Sandy Olivares as Manuel Jesús Malpica Santamaría
  • Andrés Suárez as Gabriel Barón
  • Monica Spear as Tamara Campos de Velandró
  • Adolfo Cubas as Cirilo Santamaría
  • Adita Riera as Octavia Santamaría
  • Francis Rueda as Guillermina Albornoz (Sor Juana)
  • Beatriz Vasquez as Elisenda Medina
  • Leopoldo Regnault as Misael Velandró
  • Alejo Felipe as Baudillio Velandró
  • Gonzalo Cubero as Ambrocio Cepeda
  • Carlos Arreaza as Álvaro Munderey
  • Rebeca Alemán as Berenice Santamaría
  • Karelys Ollarves as Zaida Castellanos
  • Oscar Cabrera as Crisanto "Cris" Maldonado
  • Lady Núñez as Violeta Velandró
  • Abril Schreiber as Gloriana Campos
  • Sthuard Rodríguez as Fabio Linares
  • Donny Ochoa as Peretico
  • José Ángel Ávila as Giorgio
  • Juan Carlos López as Fernando
  • Alfonso Medina as Gonzalo
  • Cesar Bencid as Colimodio "Pereto" Peralta
  • Gabriel Blanco as Gastón Maneiro
  • Jesus Cervo as Tirzo
  • Antonio Cuevas as Rey Lozada
  • Yaneth Flores as Estrella Peralta
  • Willian Goite as Padre Atenor Oliviera
  • Simón Gómez as Aquiles
  • Lolimar Sánchez as Afrodita
  • Oswaldo Mago as Humberto Martini
  • Norma Matos as Maribel Martini
  • Aracelly Prieto as Brigida Albornoz
  • José Romero as Gumersindo Vargas
  • Freddy Salazar as Padre Potentá
  • Priscila Izquierdo as Eva Linares
  • Dorinay Castillo as Fátima Linares


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